Webinars

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Digital learning to support the professional development of public library teams. Explore the latest free webinars.

Professional Confidence Training 

Coaching Yourself Through the Times We’re In

As we negotiate these uncertain times, it is essential to manage our mind-set, wellbeing, expectations, relationships and personal as well as professional organisational skills. Watch back these refreshing and energising sessions, aimed at library professionals, with leading life coach, Rasheed Ogunlaru.

Cultural Case Studies

Gain Inspiration from these inspiring Digital / Physical Hybrid Projects that empowered audiences in innovative ways, through challenging and changing times.

Youth Voice Series

China / UK - Library Knowledge Exchange Webinar

As part of the ongoing partnership between the National Library of China and the British Library this webinar explores the general response to COVID-19 and service evolution from both public libraries in China and the UK. Watch this webinar.

Marketing and Communications

This series looks at ways of refreshing your approach to Marketing and Communications and developing strategies for developing and sharing content, with experienced Communications Consultant, Miki Lentin.

Producing Online Events for Libraries

Explore this series to glean some inspiration and practical tips on how to run inclusive online events.

Navigating the New Unknown: Libraries Services Return

This series focuses on supporting libraries with planning reopening, using case studies from Denmark.

Wellbeing and Resilience: Library Services Resume

Discover strategies for approaching this period of transition with creative consultant Lawrence Becko, aimed at building resilience.

Digital Engagement

The digital engagement series is a three-part programme which delves into good marketing practice for libraries, as well as tips and strategies for engaging with library audiences through social media. Presented by Ned Potter, an academic liaison librarian at the University of York, and a trainer for organisations including the Bodleian and the NHS.

Working Well Remotely

This three-part series was developed in collaboration with creative consultant Lawrence Becko and was aimed at promoting wellbeing for library staff adjusting to this period of dramatic change and uncertainty.